George Logan Glasgow Rose Trio


In the Staffordshire potteries of 1890 The Foley china works of E Brain & co, and from 1905 Foley Art China The Peacock Pottery, specialised in bone china tea and breakfast wares of high quality and good design. This art nouveau design with a green Glasgow rose and swags of leaves was transfer printed onto white bone china tableware from a design by George Logan of the Rennie Mackintosh Glasgow school of designers.

George Logan ( 1866-1939 ) a well known furniture designer is perhaps better known for his Glasgow Style ceramic designs, many of which featured the Glasgow rose and stylised tulips, produced by various English potteries.

An early tea set with the back stamp of Foley China EB&Co England 1913-1919. Copyright 0394.

Trio consists of a Cup – 7 cm x 7 cm , Saucer – 14 cm, Plate – 18 cm.

Excellent condition, no damage, under light just a tiny amount of micro crazing on cup.



1 in stock


The Glasgow Style

From the early 1890s a close-knit circle of around 75 designers operated in Glasgow, with Charles Rennie Mackintosh as the key lead, inspiration and the most widely recognised. All are connected in one way or another with The Glasgow School of Art and would be defined as the distinct group with a predominant style commonly known as the Glasgow Style.